Lucy McLintic contemporary-kitchen
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Lucy McLintic

Architect: David Seidel AIA (www.wdavidseidel.com)
Contractor: Doran Construction (www.braddoran.com)
Designer: Lucy McLintic
Photo credit: Chris Gaede photography (www.chrisgaede.com)
URL
http://fourwallsandaroof.com
Example of a trendy kitchen design in San Francisco with open cabinets, quartz countertops and an undermount sink — Houzz

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beetran714 wrote:
Where did you get the backsplash? beautiful!
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Charmean Neithart Interiors
You're very welcome. Try Stonemart in North Hollywood on Sherman Way, ask for Kim. Best. Charmean
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Adrienne M.
I'm in love with the backsplash as well!
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M. Cohen Interior Design wrote:
Tile dimensions - Hi, What is the size of the tile?
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Sam Dewick
Hi bpolski, we have something similar but in 4x12
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lstanger2

Please tell me what tile name is and where you got it. Looks similar to Naturae White Forest but that tile doesn't come in this size. Thanks!

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dj0913 wrote:
How do you attach this type of shelving to the wall?
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Justin Hou
floating shelf attach to wall like picture show
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Jayne Watson

Is this a bracket one buys? I want to hang some shelves for media components (16 -18 inches), either floating or with metal support. Do you think bracket could hold that?

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Bonnie wrote:
love the shelves - please tell me the manufacturer. thanks!
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jeristaley
These shelves would be perfect for my new home - please tell me where to find them.
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Az Holtzman wrote:
love the silver backsplash! how are the floating shelves fixed to the wall
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Lucy McLintic
There are brackets behind the drywall which our contractor installed.
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haldesign
what is the backsplash
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Lynnie wrote:
Would this style of tile go with small glass tile? - I am liking a white tile this size with a couple lines that to me look like waves. I was wondering if this type of tile would look good with glass tile above it. I mean the little squares which would be different colors. This is what my vision is.
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tiffadam
I think it would we did this to the tub and shower
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colormakesmehappy wrote:
Countertops? - What material and color are the countertops?
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Lucy McLintic
They are Caesarstone in Blizzard.
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Leslie Price wrote:
Where do i buy these shelves and the brackets?
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albsandv wrote:
length and thickness of open shelves - Hi, lovely kitchen. Do you recall the length and thickness of these open shelves?
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Antony Gabriel wrote:
Hi, how much weight does each shelf hold? - Also, could you tell me where to get them made? I am trying to do almost the same exact construction in my kitchen, just with a slightly different wood color. Based in NJ.
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estrassman wrote:
What is the paint color?
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La Bella Home wrote:
The faucet - Who makes the faucet set please?
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kimbo_469 wrote:
Shelf dimensions - Hi Just wondering what the width and length of the shelves are? They look great
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Natalie Myers added this to Houzz Tour: Cool, Calm Edwardian Gets Another Update
Open walnut shelves and toe kicks warm up the space. A white kitchen can be so clinical, but open shelving allows you to bring some personality to the space. The shelves are filled with a mix of older items, gifts and products from a local restaurant supply store.
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Design an Easy-Clean Kitchen
Short path from sink to dishwasher and storage. The sink and the dishwasher are normally side by side. But having your dish storage right by the dishwasher means you can unload and put away in one easy movement. At first, you might think that open shelves would make a kitchen harder to clean. But if you have them for the dishes you use daily and they are within easy reach of your dishwasher, then it is very simple to quickly empty the dishwasher. This also makes it easy to hand wash an item, dry it and put it right back on the shelf. Put only dishes up here that you use often enough that they won't have the chance to get dusty.
Lauren Donaldson added this to Take Better Photos of Your House in a Snap: Part 2
DO: Stage your scene.All pictures benefit from a little staging. There is no need to add new items, just focus on removing things that are unnecessary in the composition. Nothing should feel fake or forced. Good staging is really about removal. Take away big, bulky pieces. Clear away messy piles. Move things that are in the way. These kitchen shelves are pared down, but not so much that they feel sparse. Your space should still feel habitable.
Laura Gaskill added this to Coffeehouse Color Palettes Perk Up Rooms
Begin collecting — with a color scheme in mind. I am partial to the natural-hued pieces from Heath Ceramics (some of which are shown here), but there are also many wonderful pieces by small makers and vintage finds to hunt for. Create a display on open shelving, and your ceramics will add to the color palette of your room.5 Questions for Heath's Adam Silverman
Laura Gaskill added this to Style Your Open Kitchen Shelving Like a Pro
Do: Stack 'em up. Keep your arrangements visually interesting by stacking and piling small items together. Teacups and saucers look more appealing in slightly tipsy stacks than in regimented rows. Stack bowls atop plates, and smaller platters on large; stick utensils upright in a glass or vase. There are no hard and fast rules to styling; just play around and see what looks right to you.
Becky Harris added this to How to Arrange Open Shelves in the Kitchen
Keep a simple color palette. If you’d like to move beyond all white and all clear glass, stick with a limited color palette and play around. Notice how the darker objects on these shelves don’t line up vertically, helping to create a balanced composition. Also worth noting: You could draw a horizontal line across the tops of the objects and most of the stacks would be close to it.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Chrissy Duffy added this to Bathroom
Shelf color. Match in living room?

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